Alternative Capital Business Financing and Funding

Alternative business financing or alternative business capital is available to small businesses in numerous forms, including small business loans and guarantees, equipment leasing, asset-based lending, factoring, and cash advances, among others. AdvancePoint Capital, a leading alternative financing company, has assisted businesses of all sizes and in most industries to obtain the financing their enterprise requires to thrive by offering one or more of these financing options.

A common thread among most of our clients is their need to obtain business financing as quickly as possible. Many will have approached a traditional financing institution, such as their bank, only to find that their small enterprise does not qualify for funding. Or, that the timeline between application and the bank’s financing decision does not mesh with their firm’s almost immediate need for cash. Instead, AdvancePoint Capital provides alternative business financing options often at the speed that your business, well, does business.

Financing at the Speed of Your Business

The entire process -from application to funding- can take as little as one day. While banks require extensive paperwork and personal finance records to be submitted, AdvancePoint Capital requires a simplified one page application that is easy to fill out and submit. We require minimal paperwork, and you’ll have your alternative business financing decision within hours. If accepted, your money is immediately available and repayment terms are flexible.

If your bank has not offered your business the financing options and timeline your enterprise requires, contact AdvancePoint Capital. We want to help you to grow your business and will work hard to assist you to obtain the financing your company depends on. Just fill out and submit our form, or give us a call at (800) 381-8920. Our representatives are available 24/7 to assist you. Call today!

* All loans made by either WebBank, an FDIC-insured Utah industrial bank, or Bank of the Internet Federal Bank, an FDIC-insured federally chartered thrift located in California. In connection with the loans, the Banks' underwriting conditions and terms apply.